Paolo Tonella is Full Professor at the
Faculty of Informatics and
at the Software Institute of Università della Svizzera Italiana (USI) in Lugano, Switzerland. He is
Honorary Professor at
University College London, UK and he is Affiliated Fellow of Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italy, where he has been Head of Software Engineering until mid 2018.
Paolo Tonella holds an ERC Advanced grant as Principal Investigator of the project PRECRIME.
Paolo Tonella has written over 150 peer reviewed conference papers and over 50 journal papers.
His H-index (according to
Google scholar) is 64.
He is/was in the editorial board of the
ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology,
of the IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering,
Empirical Software Engineering, Springer, and
Journal of Software: Evolution and Process, Wiley.
Paolo Tonella teaches Information Modeling and Analysis and Knowledge Analysis and Management at the
Master in Data and Software Engineering.
Paolo Tonella has given foundational contributions to Software Engineering, in the area of
code analysis and testing. His ICSE
Most Influential Paper (MIP) award winning paper,
Analysis and Testing of Web Applications, initiated a
new stream of research devoted to the development of testing techniques for web applications.
His comprehensive book
Reverse Engineering of Object-Oriented Code laid
the foundations for the reverse engineering of object-oriented systems.
His ISSTA 2004 paper
Evolutionary Testing of Classes
is recognized as a milestone for the automated generation of object oriented test cases.
One of the most widely used Java test case generators, EvoSuite,
can be traced back to this seminal ISSTA paper and to the associated tool, eToc.
In June 2014, Paolo Tonella has given a distinguished lecture on
Model Based Testing at the University of Luxembourg.
More details about Paolo Tonella are available in his Curriculum Vitae.
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